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• 1LEVEL
Maths and statistics

### Elements of statistics

This was the core text for students of the Open University’s practical introductory course on statistics, M246 Elements of Statistics. Written to support self-study it provides an excellent foundation in statistics.

• 1LEVEL
Education

### Gender equality in STEM

Gender Equality in STEM is designed for teachers of late primary and early secondary pupils. There is no requirement to have a background or role related to STEM. The course aims to reduce barriers for participation in STEM subjects by female students through challenging gender stereotyping and building STEM capital in the classroom, using an inquiry-based approach. This free online course is designed not only to deliver information but to contribute towards transformational change in schools.

• 0LEVEL
Maths and statistics

This project aims to provide practice in basic arithmetic for primary school children, while making it easy for teachers to track their progress. It is composed of the following blocks: Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division Mixed operations Fractions Geometry Unit conversion These blocks are designed to complement the pupils' homework. All drills are graded according to difficulty and can be done as many times as wished. The letters in their names are self-explanatory.

• 0LEVEL
Maths and statistics

### Number skills

This module is being developed to facilitate the acquisition of number skills for prospective candidates wishing to enter Health and Social Care Programmes.

• 2LEVEL
Maths and statistics

### Project mathematics update

Project Mathematics Update was a collection of materials produced by the Open University’s Centre for Mathematics Education (CME) for use in Local Education Authority courses for retraining teachers as mathematics teachers in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The materials are typical of CME in that they consist largely of tasks with limited commentary.

• 1LEVEL
Maths and statistics

### Statistics in society

This course was presented for the last time in February 2006. The course materials covers statistical information and the ways of dealing with it, playing an increasingly important part in our lives. This course offers an uncomplicated yet critical introduction to current (2006) statistical ideas and practice, and demonstrates a variety of applications of statistics in everyday life. Statistical concepts are introducted to help make sense of practical problems and to help answer such questions as: ‘Are we becoming better off?’ and ‘Is my child developing normally?’

• 0LEVEL
Maths and statistics

### Succeed with Math v2

Welcome to the updated version of Succeed with Math! If you have used this course prior to November 2012, please refer to the earlier version available below temporarily as we transition to the new and improved Succeed with Math. The original version will be replaced by new and exciting content and added-value activities. The course content has been expanded with some additional activities, new media content, and self-assessment opportunities. Succeed with Math will help you review key math concepts, and then apply these concepts to real world applications. Units available include: Math and You, Getting Down to the Basics, Numbers Everywhere, Parts of the Whole, Relationships Among Numbers, Exploring Patterns and Formulas, Investigating Geometric Shapes and Sizes, and Communicating with Data, Charts and Graphs.

• 0LEVEL
Maths and statistics

### Succeed with Math v2.2 CSUN

Welcome to the updated version of Succeed with Math! If you have used this course prior to November 2012, please refer to the earlier version available below temporarily as we transition to the new and improved Succeed with Math. The original version will be replaced by new and exciting content and added-value activities. The course content has been expanded with some additional activities, new media content, and self-assessment opportunities. Succeed with Math will help you review key math concepts, and then apply these concepts to real world applications. Units available include: Math and You, Getting Down to the Basics, Numbers Everywhere, Parts of the Whole, Relationships Among Numbers, Exploring Patterns and Formulas, Investigating Geometric Shapes and Sizes, and Communicating with Data, Charts and Graphs.

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